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Documenting my new finds
Louisa Lee
Louisa Lee

Got the small portion at $8.90 and found it to be substantial enough for my small appetite. Liked the furikake on the rice which made it more tasty! However the description on the board said there'd be a mix of tuna, salmon and swordfish but I didn't get any swordfish so I can't help but feel a little deceived... 🤔 I was also not told upon ordering that there wouldn't be any swordfish.

We came at around 7pm on a Sunday evening and waited about 45 mins for food after being seated. This place doesn't take reservations for groups smaller than 10 pax. The food is worth the wait though, and I especially enjoyed the sweet and sour pork and the tofu with prawns. That said, the staff have kind of an arrogant attitude which I didn't really like and it is not the most comfortable place to dine, but at least the food is not bad.

Requested for rare doneness and it came well done. Well done to them indeed! Why even bother asking? Meat was so tough and dry, not good. The sides were rather meh too. Really disappointing, will not return.

This small portion that you see came up to be more than $20. It is insanely expensive and overpriced, and not even that good. Each portion of meat and veggies is like less than half the amount of what you would usually get at other mala places. The instant noodles go for $2 a portion, the most expensive I've come across so far. The salted egg was very sickening and jelat, although I should have anticipated this before ordering. We also waited really long for this, about 30-45 mins. I would not recommend anyone to try this. Save your coins and get your mala fix somewhere else.

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The menu here is pretty interesting but perhaps because of the location, it's a little pricey. I had this beef goulash mac and cheese because it sounded interesting but it turned out to be $21.90 for a normal mac and cheese with a few pieces of beef bacon. When I think of goulash, I think of stew. Which is definitely not present at all in this dish as you can see from my photo (no it was not hidden underneath the cheese either unfortunately). It was still yummy and we finished it all but to call it goulash is a misrepresentation. It should just be called beef bacon mac and cheese, in which case I wouldn't have ordered it cos it's kinda boring 🙄

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